Have you seen the new modified Ducati XDiavel by Fred Krugger?
We have seen a lot of custom bikes and modification up in the news but have you seen the new XDiavel?
Ducati Motorcycles had an encounter with two-time AMD custom-bike building champion Fred Krugger and gave him a new XDiavel as a present. The celebrity customizer stunned everyone with his custom-built XDiavel, which now combines Italian elegance with striking Belgian lines.
Krugger has named the motorcycle ‘The Thiverval’ which is based on a tiny race track near Paris. The track was officially unveiled to the public on July 1st at a demonstration on the Spa-Franchamps Circuit in Belgium.
The Thiverval brings the looks of a power cruiser align with a café racer and provides a new style. The old trellis frame has now been covered with flat metal sides and results in the focus shifting towards the Testastretta 1262cc V-Twin engine block engine.
The standard bobber XDiavel is now replaced with a new café-racer style single unit seat meant for just one rider. The rear foot-pegs and some other parts were also removed.
The twin exhaust unit was replaced by a twin-trapezoial under-seat exhaust setup. Not to mention, a rectangular brake light is featured at the rear.